I would like to introduce you to Bree. She lives down the street from me and came up one day to pet the puppy and learn to knit. Bree is a crazy inspirational person, who just happens to be in a wheel chair. Don’t let that fool you she is a very talented artist and a quick learner when it comes to my passion of knitting.
We could all learn a thing or two from Bree. After starting knitting, which her family were very supportive, Bree was asked top make gifts for her loved ones. Her reply was nope the first scarf is for me. This seems to be something most knitters I know struggle with, saying I am going to make myself something. Good for you Bree and we will be keeping up with her progress. Do you guys want to meet Bree? Have you go questions for her? Ask away she is an open book and loves people.
Bree doesn’t know the word I give. She has been knitting with the same small ball of yarn for quite some time and I think it’s time to get her a new one. Smaller balls of yarn are easier for her to use because she keeps them in her lap and they can roll around to unwind. Bree has very little usage of her hands, but that doesn’t stop her and she tells me it’s not an excuse to now do the things she wants to do. Her favorite color is pink.